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Using the internet is a great opportunity to communicate with other people, obtain useful information, exchange ideas and benefit from many services.

The Internet has facilitated many aspects of people’s lives, such as finding a product or service that interests us, and perhaps buying it directly by sending it home in a few days.

The Internet has allowed us to have access to an almost unlimited range of information, from the address of the restaurant where to have dinner and recipes for a home-cooked lunch.

And of course much more: with internet we can buy a plane ticket, rent a car, book a hotel, buy a signed pair of shoes or an object created by a small craftsman. We can find old friends or classmates and even take university courses.

To work so well, however, the Internet and all platforms that are based on its network, such as social networks, blogs, portals, newspapers, corporate sites and search engines (such as Google, for example) they must exchange information.

If, for example, I search on Google: “how to prepare a chocolate cake” I’m looking for useful information for me, but at the same time I’m communicating to Google that I like sweets, I like chocolate, I have a kitchen in to prepare a dessert, which is probably a birthday coming in the next few days and much more information.

It is right to be aware of how, voluntarily or not, we decide to share with those who offer us access to the information we are looking for.

If, after looking for the recipe for the chocolate cake, I visit some site that offers me some recipes, probably soon after and in the following days I could find other internet sites that host advertising space: food processors, recipe books for desserts, cooking classes , equipment for decorating cakes, chocolates and many other products or services more or less related to my past research.

How is this thing possible?

Because when we access the internet we do it with programs called “browser” like Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla or Opera. These are the most common and known.

These programs, browsers, store our passage on websites and, from the sites themselves, download small files called cookies into our computer, smartphone or tablet.

It is these files, cookies, that tell the site that hosts advertising space and that I am visiting that, a few days before, I became interested in chocolate cakes and, therefore, I might be interested (for example) to buy a robot from new kitchen.

If a street billboard offers the same advertising to all passersby, a website may offer an advertisement that is closer to my interests and can do so because, thanks to cookies registered in our browser, you know which sites we have previously visited.

Among the websites that today most involve people, especially through the smartphone, there are social networks.

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube and many other platforms on which it is common to spend a lot of time use technologies similar to cookies and are able to read the cookies that our devices keep track of, in browsers or directly in the apps that we use on smartphones or tablets.

Because when we access the internet, we call it “browser” like Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla or Opera. These are the most common and known.

These programs, browsers, store our passwords on websites and, from the sites themselves, download small files called cookies into our computer, smartphone or tablet.

It is these files, cookies, that tell the site that hosts advertising space and that I became interested in chocolate cakes and, therefore, I might be interested to buy a robot from new kitchen.

If a street billboard offers the same advertising to all the passersby, a website may offer an advertisement which is closer to my interests and can be so because, thanks to cookies registered in our browser, you know which sites we have previously visited.

Among the websites that most people involve people, especially through the smartphone, there are social networks.

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube and many other platforms on which it is common to spend a lot of time use technologies like cookies and are able to read the cookies that our devices keep track of, in browsers or directly in the apps that we use on smartphones or tablets.

Our site and our behavior in relation to users’ personal data is appropriate to the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force on 25 May 2018.

The purpose of the European regulation is twofold: on the one hand, it protects European citizens who consent to the processing of personal data and, on the other, regulates more uniformly the aspect of privacy throughout the European Union.

The “personal data” includes any information concerning a natural person, for example the name, e-mail address, the address of residence, the IP address (in simplistic terms, that is, from where the Internet is connected to user) and much more.

Anyone who treats personal data, according to the GDPR regulation, is responsible for the protection of the collected data (even only through the cookies of their website) and is required to provide the interested parties a clear information on how these data will be used.

Among the elements of a site that can come into contact with this data there are, for example:

– User registration forms

– Comments section of any blog

– Contact forms

– Collection of data through access and navigation records

– Plugins used (third-party programs that allow a site to perform specific activities, such as contact forms, statistical analysis of accesses, etc.)

– tools for sending emails for commercial purposes (email marketing)

– Other data collection tools.

We want to be transparent and open about the way we collect and use your data. In the spirit of transparency, this information provides detailed information on how and when we use cookies.

Our cookie policy.

It is important that you know that you can decide to receive a warning every time a cookie is sent or to disable all cookies by changing the settings of your browser.

Disabling cookies, however, some services may not work properly and you will not be able to access many features designed to optimize your navigation on the site.

For more information on managing or disabling browser cookies, see the last section of this cookie policy.

We use various types of cookies with different functions, some are strictly necessary, others serve to improve the performance of the site, others offer additional features.Our cookie policy.

 

It is important that you know that you can decide to receive a warning every time a cookie is sent or to disable all cookies by changing the settings of your browser.

 

Disabling cookies, however, some services may not work properly and you will not be able to access many features designed to optimize your navigation on the site.

 

For more information on managing or disabling browser cookies, see the last section of this cookie policy.

 

We use various types of cookies with different functions, some are strictly necessary, others serve to improve the performance of the site, others offer additional features.

Our cookie policy.

It is important that you know that you can decide to receive a warning every time a cookie is sent or to disable all cookies by changing the settings of your browser.

Disabling cookies, however, some services may not work properly and you will not be able to access many features designed to optimize your navigation on the site.

For more information on managing or disabling browser cookies, see the last section of this cookie policy.

We use various types of cookies with different functions, some are strictly necessary, others serve to improve the performance of the site, others offer additional features.

 

1. Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are essential to be able to browse the website and use some features. Without strictly necessary cookies, some services may not work properly or may not work at all.

It is not necessary to provide consent for strictly necessary cookies, as they are essential to ensure the required services.

2. Performance cookies

It is possible that we (or the service providers that operate on our behalf) may include cookies for performance on your navigation device. The information collected through cookies for services are used exclusively by us or in our interest.

Performance cookies collect anonymous information about how users use the website and its various features. For example, our performance cookies collect information about the pages of the site you visit most often and our advertisements that appear on other websites with which you interact, as well as checking if you open and read the communications we send you and if you receive error messages. The information collected can be used to personalize your online experience by showing specific content. Cookies for the services are also used to limit the number of views of the same advertisement. Our performance cookies do not collect personal information

To delete or manage cookies for services, see the last section of this Cookie Policy.

3. Cookies for functionality

It is possible that on our part (or the service providers that operate on our behalf) cookies are inserted for functionality in your navigation device.

These cookies are used to store the choices you make (language preference, country or other online settings) and to provide you with the customized or optimized features that you have selected. Cookies for functionality can be used to offer online services, such as sharing content on social networks, or to prevent you being offered services that you have refused in the past.

In some cases, we may authorize advertisers or third parties to provide you with content and other online experiences via this website. In this case, the third party in question may enter their own cookies for functionality in your device and use them, similar to us, in order to provide you with customized features and optimize your user experience.

By selecting customized options and settings or optimized features, you authorize us (and third parties) to use cookies for functionality necessary to offer you such experiences.

By deleting cookies for functionality, the selected preferences or settings will not be stored for future visits.

The organization that manages cookies (us or third parties) is required to request and obtain your consent.

Enabling / disabling cookies through the browser.

There are several ways to manage cookies and other tracking technologies. By changing your browser settings, you can accept or decline cookies or decide to receive a warning before accepting a cookie from the websites you visit.

We remind you that by completely disabling cookies in your browser you may not be able to use all our interactive features.

If you use multiple computers in different locations, make sure each browser is set up to match your preferences.

You are free to delete cookies using the features made available directly through the browser. However, if you select this configuration by turning off the cookie options, you may not be able to access certain parts of the website, the browsing may be slower and you will no longer be able to use some services, as their inhibition affects the navigation features.

You can delete all cookies installed in your browser’s cookie folder. Each browser has different procedures for managing settings.

Click on one of the links below to get specific instructions.

Microsoft Windows Explorer —> https://support.microsoft.com/it-it/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies

Google Chrome —> https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en&p=cpn_cookies 

Mozilla Firefox —> https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences?redirectlocale=en-US&redirectslug=Enabling+and+disabling+cookies 

Apple Safari —> https://support.apple.com/kb/index?page=search&q=cookies%20safari&product=&doctype=&currentPage=1&includeArchived=false&locale=en_US&src=support_searchbox_main&type=organic

Opera —> http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.00/it/cookies.html

Remember that clicking on “Ok” implies acceptance of the use of cookies on the site.

COOKIES USED BY THIS SITE

OWNER COOKIES

Navigation / session cookies. These are essential cookies to navigate the site using all its features, such as maintaining the session. They are strictly necessary, as without them it would not be possible to provide the requested services. These cookies do not collect information to be used for commercial purposes.

THIRD PARTY COOKIES

• GOOGLE ANALYTICS

On our website are technical cookies of third parties of Google analytics, this is a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). These cookies in particular allow you to record and view information on the use of the website.

These cookies allow obtaining detailed technical information such as:

• The user’s navigation path

• the number of pages visited,

• The time spent between one click and another

• Login to the reserved area

• Displaying certain resources

These cookies keep track of the navigation paths, allowing us to analyze the user experience and improve usability. What is analyzed is the data related to the user, but the latter is never identified.

Data management information:

https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usageprivacy

privacy: http://www.google.com/intl/en/analytics/privacyoverview.html

Use cookie google analytics:

https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage

To disable the collection of data by Google Analytics, please refer to the link below:

https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

On our Google analytics site we have expanded with the code “gat.anonymizelp ();”, this integration of Google Analytics makes the user’s IP address anonymous. Anonymisation works by shortening the IP address of the Users within the borders of the Member States of the European Union or in other countries participating in the agreement on the European Economic Area. Only in exceptional cases, the IP address will be sent to Google’s servers and shortened within the United States. The User can selectively disable the action of Google Analytics by installing on his browser the opt-out component provided by Google.

To disable the collection of data by Google Analytics, please refer to the link below:

https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it

 

 

SOCIAL PLUGINS

The social plugins are represented by those buttons on the site that show the icons of social networks (such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) and allow users to access with a “click” on the social page selected by the site.

As a result, you may find yourself sending these third parties the information you are viewing on a particular part of our site. If you have not logged into your account with these third parties, they will not be able to know your identity. However, if you have logged into your account with third parties, in this case they may be able to link your data or actions and interactions with our site to your account with them. You will need to carefully read the privacy policies of relevant third parties for details of their data practices.

The social plugins present in the pages allow the selected social network to collect the data related to the visit.

With these buttons are therefore installed third-party cookies.

Use of social network plugins facebook.com managed by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304 USA

Facebook Data Protection Statement:

https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation

Use of Twitter social network plugins managed by Twitter Inc., 795 Folsom St., Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA (“Twitter”)

Data protection declaration Twitter:

https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170519-uso-dei-cookie-e-di-altre-tecnologie-simili-da-parte-di-twitter

Use ShareThis, a tool that allows visitors to share and recommend the contents of our site in social networks.

Data Protection Statement ShareThis

: http://www.sharethis.com/legal/privacy/#sthash.uquMJV0S.VCcqauEj.dpbs

 

FACEBOOK PIXEL

The Facebook pixel is a small element of code, which, like cookies, is installed in the user’s browser while browsing.

It is used to be able to propose on Facebook relevant content to users who have visited the site.

To get detailed information on the technologies provided by Facebook, such as Pixel, please read l’area dedicata al rispetto della normativa GDPR da parte di Facebook.

• GOOGLE MAPS

We use Google Maps to provide detailed information on how to identify our business and we believe it contributes to your experience in using our site. For references to the privacy policy of Google maps we refer to:

http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy/

• GOOGLE MAPS

Your choices

Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but you have the possibility to change your browser settings to refuse the installation of cookies by accessing the Help section of your browser’s toolbar.

Flash cookies work differently from browser cookies and the cookie management tools available in a browser will not remove flash cookies. To learn more about how to manage flash cookies, you can visit the Adobe website and make changes in the section

Global Privacy Settings Panel.

Your mobile device can allow you to control cookies through their settings. You can refer to the instructions provided by the device manufacturer for more details.

If you decide to refuse cookies, some parts of the site may not work as intended, or may not work at all.

For more information on cookies and their general functions, visit an informative website such as

allaboutcookies.org.

Cookies used by this site

The use of cookies by the owner of this site, Corporate Communication 2.0 snc of Elvio Rigamonti & Raffaella Cattaneo, with headquarters in Valmorea, via Leopardi 230/28, is part of the Privacy Policy of the same.

Social network cookies:

They are used for sharing content on social networks.

You will find below the name of the third parties that manage them, and for each of them the link to the page where you can receive information on the treatment and express your consent.

Facebook privacy policy

G+ privacy policy

Youtube privacy policy

Twitter privacy policy

Linkedin privacy policy

Pinterest privacy policy

Remember that you can manage your cookie preferences even through the browser

If you do not know the type and version of browser you are using, click on “Help” in the browser window at the top, where you can access all the necessary information.

If you know your browser, click on the one you are using to access the cookie management page.

Internet Explorer

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies 

Google Chrome

https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=it 

Mozilla Firefox

http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/Enabling%20and%20disabling%20cookies 

Safari

http://www.apple.com/legal/privacy/ 

For more informations www.youronlinechoices.eu.

Use of email

By sending us your email address you consent to our registration on our mailing list service on Mailchimp. The email address will be used to send you the catalog and any significant commercial communications. You can unsubscribe at any time by following the appropriate procedure.

Data controller

In accordance with the GDPR and the privacy policy, the business owner of the processing of data concerning the management and creation of the site, for which you have been contracted with a regular contract, is Corporate Communication 2.0 snc of Elvio Rigamonti & Raffaella Cattaneo, with registered office in Valmorea, via Leopardi 230/28, (www.businessdigitale.com), tel. 3477403811, company2.0@gmail.com, indicated at the bottom of the site. The processing of personal data will be carried out in compliance with the confidentiality requirements and the most appropriate security measures. The interested party can request information on the data by contacting the owner. The interested party can deactivate the collection of the above data by following the procedures described. The data will be stored for a maximum period of 365 days.

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